Mental Health – Local support

Mental Health

Counselling in the Community are passionate about helping people through difficult periods in their lives.  They provide a safe, comfortable and confidential space for people to come to talk and to be heard. Counselling in the Community – Blackpool (


The light lounge is a welcoming and non-judgmental environment for individuals struggling socially and emotionally with life challenges or for those in crisis The Light Lounge | Facebook


Blackpool Healthier Minds is a self referral service that can provide help with your mental health and wellbeing.
Ring: 01253 955700 or visit the Healthier Minds | Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (


Lancashire NHS Wellbeing and Mental Health Helpline: offers support and information outside normal office hours to anyone who may be concerned about their own mental health or that of someone they know. Call 0800 915 4640. The Helpline provides immediate emotional support for anyone experiencing distress, and can provide information about mental health support from over 800 local and national services and support groups. The Helpline is open Monday to Friday 7pm – 11pm and at weekends 12 midday – 12 midnight. Callers with a hearing impairment can use textphone or NGT Lite software, and should call: 0800 915 4640.


NHS Talking Therapies

There are a range of NHS talking therapies across Lancashire and South Cumbria which involve free groups, courses and one to one therapy to help you understand what you’re going through and build your confidence. You can self-refer into any of them, which means you don’t have to see your GP first.

LSC Integrated Care Board :: NHS Talking Therapies (


Minds Matter

Provides free talking therapies to adults in the Fylde & Wyre area, to refer yourself please call

Tel: 01253 955943

Website: Mindsmatter :: Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (


N Compass

Provides support for anyone who cares for a person with mental illness in Fylde or Wyre

Tel: 01253 407473

Website: Advocacy, Carers, Well Being & Young People | n-compass